Summary: This was really awesome, bringing back the good ol' days of F-ZERO. This was my childhood game and I can't believe I'm playing it again. The packaging was really well packed, and even though I couldn't see the seal of Nintendo on the label; The label was still intact and the game was running properly without any problems. This is a great game, and I highly recommend anyone getting a Game Boy Advance game, to get this specific game.
Summary: This is only game that i have actually finished...The graphics are ok and so is the music. The controls are relativly simple. It's REALLY FAST!! Altogether there are 20 tracks(5 are unlockable)with 4 difficulties and 10 different car machine thingys, all but 4 of which you have to unlock. There are 3 different modes, Grand Prix, training and championship(you have to unlock this).
Excerpt: Ah, fond memories. Hours used to be whiled away on this game on the SNES - so when i saw I could get it for my GBA I jumped at the chance. And I wasn't disappointed. Every single bit of this game looks just like the original, and it plays just like it too. If you are a fan of the SNES version then this either won't disappoint as you slip back into old habits and revel in the familiar look of the whole thing, or you will find that, well, it just doesn't seem as good as...
Pros: Just like the original, but in the palm of your hand
Cons: A bit TOO like the original, not moved the goalposts any
Summary: The tracks all seem the same, the depth of the game is shallow, and the graphics are lame. I was hoping for something similar to the awesome Wipeout games on the playstation but, alas, I received a game that would bore the brains out of a 10 year old. I played it for about an hour and its one hour of my life that I want back. Save your money. It could be far better spent on something else.
Excerpt: Developers- Nintendo Genre- Racing- futuristic Players-1-4 (requires 4-way link cable) Age- 3+ Gamemodes Grand Prix- 1 player races vs cpu. This includes 4 series Pawn, Knight, Bishop and unlockable is Queen series. Each series has 4 difficulties- Beginner, Standard, Expert and after completing Expert, Master.
Pros: Remake of classic snes version, quite long
Cons: Cars at the finish are no better than the ones at the end
Summary: I bought this game kinda hoping for a "Wipeout" experience on the GBA. Unfortunately though, it was more of a "Wipeaway the tears of boredom" experience. The graphics are okay, the level of detail on the actual craft is pretty good, but the race courses and tracks are dire. The colours are very bland on the tracks, and theres not enough atmosphere to keep the average gamer hooked.
Summary: This game must be one of the greatest games i have played on any console, ever(apart from timesplitters 2)!! The graphics are fantastic compared to the general standards of gba games. The steering is amazingly smooth. A huge amount of detail is payed to all of the cars. At the start you only have 4 cars and 3 tracks but as you progress more become available Each car has there own stats from top speed to steering. When you are racing you have a power gauge.
Excerpt: F zero is back, this time on the Gameboy advance. I got this game for Christmas (what a surprise!) and although I wasn’t totally hooked on it at first I started to like it more later. The game cost £35. If you are wondering what F zero is it’s a futuristic racing game which debuted over ten years ago.